One of the key advantages of a DSLR is that you can change lenses to suit the subject you’re photographing, whether that’s to achieve a specific look and effect or to squeeze more out of the available light. But what if you only used one camera and one lens, either for a one-day shoot, a weekend photo break or even a year-long project?
With a few creative exceptions, we usually want our images to be sharp. In many cases a camera can achieve this when it’s left to it’s own devices, but there some situations that require a bit more thought on our part to deliver an image that is absolutely pin sharp. Let’s take a look at how to get the results you want first time.
The saying ‘practice makes perfect’ is as valid for photography as any other activity, so we’ve put together a collection of exercises that will help you become a better photographer. 1. Spot meter Modern metering systems have great general-purpose modes, often called Evaluative, Matrix or Multi-area, which do a great job of accessing a scene [...]
We recently took a look at some of the best camera hacks that will save you tons of money. Today we’ve decided to turn things up a notch and progress to the next level! If you’re the kind of person who loves to take things apart to find out how they work, you’ll love the [...]